Federal appellate, district and bankruptcy court data is stored in PACER which has come under fire from open-government advocates as while it is accessible, it also costs 10 cents a page. RECAP was the response to this, adding information to its archives as users submit cases they've paid to download from PACER's archives. As the information was supposed to be publicly accessible, this project aims to also make it freely accessible, one document at a time.
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